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Nigel’s Blog: February 2019

7th February 2019

Happy new year to all. Hope you’ve put on loads of weight with excessive amounts of good cheer and the like and are now enjoying the effects after a cleansing January. I’m certainly not!

It is with a heavy heart that I write to you all wi... continued

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Guest Blog: Benedict Flinn – Associate Artist

11th January 2019

A youthful Tenebrae consort made our way on December 2nd for our first of two weeks in France. The trip would involve five concerts in Marseille and Provence, and a final sixth concert in Aix-en-Provence with the full Tenebrae ... continued

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Tis the season to be… busy

21st December 2018

The choir take a bow at Kings Place, 13 Dec 2019.

Tenebrae’s busiest ever month and one which sees the choir perform at no fewer than 22 engagements, including concerts in Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy and of course the UK.

It has b... continued

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Associate Artist Scheme 19-20 Auditions

21st December 2018

We are now welcoming applications for three places on our Associate Artist Scheme for the 19-20 season. We are looking to fill the soprano, alto and bass spots – find out more about what the scheme entails here.

The opportunity is ... continued

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Our new General Manager!

10th December 2018

We are very pleased to share that Alexandra Davies will be succeeding Henry Southern as Tenebrae’s General Manager. Henry has been a wonderful colleague and ambassador for Tenebrae across the globe,  working tirelessly to promote the choir to whe... continued

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Associate Artists Appeal

23rd October 2018

Associate Artists 2018-2019: Bethany Partridge (Soprano), Elisabeth Paul (Alto), Benedict Flinn (Tenor), and Owain Park (Bass)

A flagship programme to develop the most talented young-professional choral singers in the UK.

Please Donate Here

Under ... continued

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Summer 2018

3rd October 2018

Església de Sant Genís, Torroella de Montgrí

Crumbs, it’s been ages since I wrote one of these so here goes, I just hope my memory serves me well for some of the performances that were a few months ago…

We had a steaming return to SJSS on J... continued

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Guest Blog: Martha McLorinan

30th August 2018

I first discovered the music of Ivor Gurney when I was in my first year at music college and heard Sleep performed in a lunchtime recital. I immediately fell in love with the piece. I remember thinking that it was utterly perfect, and headin... continued

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